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The Warrior Goddess Meditations are exercises designed to help a women make real changes, free herself from limiting patriarchal beliefs and heal.
I highly recommend Jailbreaking the Goddess to people who are unfamiliar with intersectional feminism and magick, and for creating new communities.
WomynSpirit Festival is intimate and relaxed, and is perfect for anyone looking for an introduction to paganism and Wicca from a feminist perspective.
Jane Eyre's Sisters explores the archetype of the wandering woman who must venture into the unknown to fulfil her ultimate destiny: being herself.
She is Sitting in the Night traces the history of Thea’s Tarot, and Oliver Pickle's encounter with the deck.
Voices of the Sacred Feminine is a collection of 40 interviews and guest essays on Rev. Dr. Karen Tate’s Internet radio show of the same name.
Can Wicca be inclusive toward queer identities and sexuality? The answer, to my pleasant surprise, is yes.
A queer Pagan seeks a form of nature worship they could relate to, and finds it as well as a greater sense of belonging.
Can Wicca and other fertility-based faiths be reconciled with queer and non-binary identities?
Aleister Crowley was an exceptional magician, and his books remain the best written about practical magick. The Ordo Templi Orientis seemed a likely choice.
I've written before about sexism before, but systemic sexism is something that affects all of us, pretty much all the time.
The comments section for "Sexism in contemporary occulture" and "Gender and the elements" flared up when they were originally published on Plutonica.net...